Dean Moorhouse Should Be Top Choice For County Commission District 9 - And Response (3)

Monday, May 17, 2021
I am writing in support of Dean Moorhouse as County Commissioner for District 9 - a position that Chester Bankston will soon vacate.   
 
Dean has been very active in our community.  He has served on the County Alcohol Beverage Board.  He supports our local children by serving on numerous boards affecting children.  He is a founding member of the Education Foundation which raises and provides funds for school children.  He also assists with fundraising at Christmas -  making childrens' Christmas much happier.
 
Sharon Brown
 
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This is my email to all nine County Commissioner members:
 
Please note my support for Dean Moorhouse as a replacement for Chester Bankston as County Commissioner for District 9.  I understand that Mr.
Bankston will be retiring effective May 31st.  While I hate to see him go, I am confident that Dean Moorhouse will do a great job in this position.

 

Dean has proven himself over several years by serving in many areas as a volunteer in this community.  He has proven to be honest, dependable and committed to his community and its values.  Dean is extremely intelligent and well respected by his fellow citizens.  I know that he will listen and represent us well.

 

Please cast your vote for Dean Moorhouse when appointing a replacement for Mr. Bankston.

 

Thank you so much,

 

Rick Philpot

Ooltewah

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Due to the retirement of Chester Bankston as county commissioner in Hamilton County, it is my understanding that the remaining commissioners will be appointing his replacement.  I am emailing each of you to show my support for Dean Moorhouse to be appointed to the position.

Dean has been, and is currently, involved as a community volunteer. Over several years, he has consistently given his time and money to support his community.  Dean is intelligent, committed and diligent in completing successfully any tasks he undertakes.  I firmly believe he will represent his constituents well.  I feel that he will definitely listen to our concerns and make decisions based on our needs and desires.  Dean Moorhouse will be a great asset to the Board of Commissioners.

I am asking you to please cast your vote for Mr. Moorhouse.

Thank you for your time and for your consideration in the matter.

Johnna Phillips

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Commissioner Bankston has served the people of District 9 with dedication, integrity and commitment. He will be sorely missed. It is imperative that his replacement be the same or higher caliber individual as Mr. Bankston, and Dean Moorhouse is that person.

His experience, character, and dedication to improving this area are evident in his resume. I respectfully request that each of you review his qualifications, and vote for Mr. Moorhouse to fill the unexpired term of Mr. Bankston.

William Martin


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